Thursday, March 25, 2010

Mega March Blog Hop Day 3 - $600 in Giveaways!!

Good morning and Welcome to Day 3 of the March Mega Blog Hop!!

30 designers, FIVE shopping sprees each day. No one knows where the prizes will be! Each day of the hop JustRite will have five Mystery Blog Candy Prizes hidden along the hop with a total retail value of $600. JustRite will randomly select five mystery blogs each day of the hop and randomly allocate each of the shopping sprees. For your chance to win, simply leave a little love (a comment) on each designer’s blog including the JustRite blog. The more designers you leave comments with, the better your chances of winning. Each day’s comments will remain open for three days. A winner from each of the mystery blogs’ comments will be randomly chosen using Random.org. Consult the listing of designers at the JustRite blog each day (each day’s designers will be different) and start out on your way! Beginning Friday, March 26, summaries of all the winners will be posted on the JustRite blog. Good luck to everyone and enjoy all the JustRite eye candy along the hop!

Today during the JustRite Mega March Blog Hop (Day Three) JustRite and its sponsors will be giving away the following five prizes:

· $200 JustRite Shopping Spree
· $100 Spellbinders Shopping Spree
· $100 Copic Prize Package, and
· Two additional $100 JustRite Shopping Sprees!

Blog comments for Day Three will be open until Saturday at 6pm EST. On Sunday, JustRite will announce on their blog which five blogs have the mystery candy for Day Three. You will need to go to the JustRite blog to determine where you need to go to find out if you are one of the five lucky winners.

Here is the project that I created to share with you. I altered a large Altoids tin and gave it a beautiful vintage look.

Here is what the tin looked like before I altered it. It's a 10 oz. Altoids tin so it's not a little purse size one.The first thing I did was to apply foam mounting tape on the lid. I didn't add mounting tape to the word Altoids because it is already raised up and once the mounting tape is on the word and the tape are about at the same level. I traced the tin onto some designer paper from Daisy Bucket, the paper is from the new line Shabby Green Door. I applied the paper to the top of the tin with the foam mounting tape but to seal the edges I used Fabri-Tac from Beacon Adhesives. Although Fabri-Tac is for fabric, ribbon and lace it also works wonderfully with paper. Next I sanded and inked the edges of the paper.Then I airbrushed the tin a pretty brown. Now this part was kind of an afterthought and if I was going to do this again I would airbrush and then apply the paper. *wink*After the airbrushing was done I added a darker brown ink the the edges of the paper and then I set the tin aside while I worked on the embellishments for the top.The stamped image I used is from the Breath of Spring Stamp Set from JustRite Stampers. This set includes 4 Beautiful Floral Images including Violets, Lily of the Valley, Daffodils and Tulips and 4 Interchangeable Borders and it fits the 2-1/4'' x 3-1/16'' Oval Stamper. These are the Copic markers I used to colors the violets.Next I added the green to the stems and leaves.I added pinks for the bow.After the floral image was colored the I used the Wizard™ and Classic Ovals Large S4-110 Die #3 from Spellbinders™ to cut/emboss the oval. I stamped the floral image twice and cut out a few of the flowers and the leaves and used foam tape to adhere the flowers and add some dimension and I also inked the outside of the oval with Antique Linen Ink.I stamped the image again and colored the border with Copic markers, cut out the oval and then inked the edges with Antique Linen Ink.Next I cut/embossed four accent pieces using the Wizard™ and Floral Accents S4-199 die templates from Spellbinders™. I also cut/embossed a scalloped oval using the Big Scalloped Ovals Large S4-251 Die #4 die templates. I cut all of the accent pieces in half.Once I had all of the piece cut/embossed I layered them. The scalloped oval is on the bottom and then the oval with the border is the second layer and then I added all of the accent piece and the small oval with the violets is the top layer. In between each layer is foam tape with gives it this great dimension.Then I worked on the tag. The sentiment is from Joyful Hearts from JustRite Stampers and it contains 6 Wonderful Sentiments with 6 Interchangeable Borders and it fits the 1-3/4'' x 2-5/16'' Oval Stamper. I stamped the sentiment and then made an oval diecut using the Wizard™ and Classic Ovals Small S4-112 Die #3 from Spellbinders™. Before removing the oval I airbrushed with a Copic marker.Here are all of the piece for the tag. I made a tag and accent diecuts using the Wizard™ and Fancy Tags S4-235, Floral Accents S4-199 die templates. Here is the layered and finished tag. These are all of the Copic markers I used for this project.For a finishing touch I added some lace trim and rhinestones.

Supplies~
Stamps~JustRite Stampers-Breath of Spring, Joyful Hearts, 2-1/4'' x 3-1/16'' Oval Stamper, 1-3/4'' x 2-5/16'' Oval Stamper
Paper~Neenah Solar White; Curious Iridescent Poison Ivory; Daisy Bucket Shabby Green Door-Songbird
Ink~Tsukineko-Memento Rich Cocoa; Ranger-Distress Inks Antique Linen, Vintage Photo
Other~Spellbinders-™Wizard™, Classic Ovals Large S4-110 Die #3, Classic Ovals Small S4-112 Die #3, Big Scalloped Ovals Large S4-251 Die #4, Fancy Tags S4-235, Floral Accents S4-199; Copic-Airbrush System, Markers as shown in the picture; My Mind's Eye-Lush Brown Rhinestones; Webster's Pages-Lace Trim; Beacon Adhesives-Fabri-Tac; 3M Scotch-Foam Mounting Tape; 10oz. Altoids TinThank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you are enjoying the March Mega Blog Hop and don't forget to visit each of the designers and leave them a little love (comment). Good Luck with the contest! I hope you have a Wonderful Wednesday!!

Hugs & Smiles,
Heidi

578 comments:

  1. What beautiful detail!!! I love this!!

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  2. Oh my what a fabulous tin you created. The designer accents and the rhinestones are great touches. Thanks for all the details you provided also.

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  3. Oh my gosh.....this is gorgeous.....and I love it....thank you so much for sharing and I will be back for more.....

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  4. Wow, I love this project. So elegant and victorian looking. Thanks for providing so much detail on how you created this.

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  5. I can't say anything but...Stunning!!! Wow!!!

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  6. Heidi this is GORGEOUS!!! Love this beautiful vintage tin, wonderful colouring and fantastic framing!!

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  7. wouuuuuuuuuuuuuu good job, that with the spellbinders, beautyful

    anneke

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  8. Absolutely the most beautiful project I've seen! Love the vintage look.

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  9. I love your flourishes wrapped around your image. It's really cool. Thank you for the detailed description of how you did it too! Beautiful project!

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  10. and it started out as a simple altoid tin. amazing

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  11. This is such a great looking vintage tin. I love this project.

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  12. Amazing what you have done in altering your tin. The work is so delicate looking. I wish I were half as good as you
    Thank you for sharing.
    Shirley
    http://cottonberrycreations.blogspot.com

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  13. Heidi, has anyone ever told you you are good? lol Wow, this is another wonderful project you came up with. I love the idea of using the mounting tape on the lid to hide the Altoids name. lol Beautiful my friend.

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  14. WOW - this is just too cute!!! I love how you created the "frame" areoun the image!!! Thanks sooooo much for the ideas and inspiration!!

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  15. *Thud* Oh, Heidi, this is so so gorgeous! I must get that floral accents set from spellbinders. You sold me! :)

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  16. What a lovely, romantic look this project has to it! Thank you for the instructions - I'm inspired :-)

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  17. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. Absolutely beautiful

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  18. Oh my, this is the most elegant and beautiful Altoid tin I have ever seen. You are so creative.
    I love all the beautiful detail
    you added.

    Cheryl Stauffer
    Cheri926@aol.com

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  19. O this is just beautiful. The detail is great.

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  20. I really love the things you can do with the wizard dies. So clever. I would have never thought of that, using multiple pieces to frame something. Stunning results.

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  21. Wow Heidi . . . another stunning project. Your tutorial is great so I must give this a try. TFS

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  22. Wonderful project and great instructions. It is really lovely!! MERCI!!!

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  23. Beautiful. Love the vintage look.

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  24. what a clever use for this tin. That would be perfect for a little girl to keep her "special" things in. I might give it a try. First I will have to stock up on foam tape **LOL**

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  25. Lovely project!! Great work... Loving this hop!

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  26. Wow--that is gorgeous and great details too! I love altered projects!

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  27. Very feminine and lovely, as well as a great gift.

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  28. Oh my gosh...love the tin, Wow!! Love the vintage look.

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  29. Wow! That is absolutely beautiful. Deanna

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  30. Beautiful idea, that's my next project. I better start eating altoids now!!

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  31. Great box Heidi. I love the way you distressed it. One would never know what it was originally....thanks for sharing

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  32. Love what you did to the altoids tin. I love bling and flourishes.

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  33. WHAT A GREAT IDEA. I JUST LOVE WHAT YOU DID AROUND THE OVAL FRAME. GOOD JOB

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  34. Wow, this project is just beautiful.

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  35. I love your project. Great happy colors and details!! I'm inspired!

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  36. OMG..this is just stunning!!!! I went through your blog making sure I didn't miss anything!!! Really beautiful! Thanks for the step by step and the beautiful photos!!

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  37. This is so beautiful and a like your step by step tutorial how great is that, lovely.

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  38. WOWIE.....this is sooo gorgeous...and thank you for showing us how you did it...STUNNING!

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  39. Oohh...dit is een elegant doosje!

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  40. So pretty-I love repurposed items!

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  41. Beautiful work. Thanks for the step by step pics. You are very patient and love your coloring. Thanks Mari Pearson

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  42. LOVE the altered tin. Thanks for those wonderful instructions!

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  43. Wow, this is spectacular! Thanks for all the details!

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  44. I love altered tins and you have a great set of photos to show how!
    Thanks for sharing! :o)

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  45. Heidi, thanks for the tutorial! Love how you converted the tin into something so BEAUTIFUL!! Great job, my friend. xo

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  46. I've wondered about creative ways to cover these tins - great job!

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  47. Wow, this is so elegant!! I can't tell you how much I apprecate all the detailed descriptions you gave us. This is truly beautiful.

    Rachel A.

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  48. Very pretty - thanks for the great detailed instructions!

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  49. Amazing this is a fabulous project you put out for us. thank U for all the time and the detail you put in it it amazing I say

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  50. Thanks for all the close ups and showing us all the copic pens colors.

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  51. SO creative!! I love the "frames" you made, awesome!!

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  52. This awesome!! Ican't wait to doone!!!!

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  53. WOW! Simply amazing. I hope some of this talent rubs off on me,

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  54. I love this - your accents are beautiful.

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  55. What a cool project! I know what I'll be doing with my tins LOL

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  56. Very lovely and what a great tutorial.

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  57. What a beautiful piece of art. I love it!

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  58. I love all the scrollwork. I love your flowers too. Thanks for sharing.

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  59. Love the altered tin. Thanks for sharing.

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  60. Thank you for the tutorial. I've been saving altoid containers and have to try this.

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  61. Wow...I would not have the patience to do this. It is beautiful.

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  62. Heidi,
    You are my idol. You are truly an amazing designer. Can I say "I knew you when?" I guess I can say..."I know you now." :-)

    I love this project. It was brilliant to add the foam tape...I was wondering when I first looked, how you did it.

    Cheers friend, Eli

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  63. Beautifully detailed! That took a lot of work and it turned out fabulous!!!!

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  64. AMAZING! I just love all of the details that went into your tin! What a fantastic idea!

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  65. How very creative!! Thanks for the step by step instructions too!

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  66. This is lovely, what a great idea. TFS.

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  67. I truly appreciate your step by step in showing us how you created such a stunning altered tin.

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  68. great projects. Love the recycled box.

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  69. This is so incredibly beautiful!!

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  70. Beautiful project with so many awesome details!

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  71. Your tin is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing on how it was done. Love all the details that were added.

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  72. Great projects Heidi. Love all the details and the way you used the dies. "Hugs" Granny

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  73. WOW!! This is sooo gorgeous!! I love how you colored the flowers - they look like forget-me-nots to me. I made note of the colors you used and all the tips. Thank you!

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  74. This is a beautiful project. I love the colors.

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  75. Stunning! Now I will have to go out and buy that set from Spellbinder - Floral Accents! I love how you used it to embellish your project. Your colouring of the JustRite stamp is so beautiful - so pretty. Thanks for the very detailed instructions. I will have to try this one.

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  76. Wow, that is ornate and beautiful.

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  77. Oh, what fun! Beautiful! Love it! Thanks for sharing!

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  78. Beautiful! Love how you used the Spellbinders dies!

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  79. Thanks so much for taking the time to give the steps in the creation of this absolutely lovely design. You must be a true romantic as all the elements you chose to use have romance written all over them. No recycled item could be made more lovely.

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  80. Stunning! Absolutely stunning!
    Karen

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  81. Oh this tin is just beautiful. Love all the detail to put into this project. TFS

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  82. Great idea for recycling Altoid tins. Love how you embellished.

    I am enjoying the blog hop!

    TFS

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  83. i am in total awe!!! o wow..tfs..loves ya

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  84. What a fabulous altered tin! Your details are amazing and the tin is gorgeous!

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  85. A very beautiful project, the little violets are so delicate and feminine. Great choice.

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  86. This is fabulous Heidi, what a wonderful way to alter an Altoids tin, very creative and over-the-top!

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  87. Beautiful idea that includes re-cycling!

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  88. Love how you altered the tin. It's stunning!

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  89. Stunning, and i love that you gave great instuctions...so you can airbrush with the copics too? I need to go to a class for copics!

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  90. So elegant and beautiful!! thanks for the great instructions!!

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  91. What a beautiful project. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  92. So pretty. The amount of detail is amazing. And thank you for giving the step by step of your creative process.

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  93. A beautiful, creative way to use this set. Thanks for the great idea.

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  94. Wowza! What a beautiful frame you created!

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  95. Wow--what a great altered tin. Thanks for the step by step.

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  96. Super project! I'm not sure I'd have the patience to do this, but the result is great! And your instructions are really good too.

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  97. Clever idea and lovely result.

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  98. OMG! This is absolutely gorgeous. I love it.

    Thanks,
    Vani
    gvanis@gmail.com

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  99. I'm amazed at how you've created such a beautiful project from a recycled tin!

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  100. WOW.. Beautiful. Loved the designer accents. that just adds so much.

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  101. love that you did a project and not just another card. I would never have thougt to use lace with fabric tac. great idea

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  102. Wow, that is some transformation! Gorgeous tin and wonderful pictorial tutorial.

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  103. Such beautiful detail! Very very nice!

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  104. So pretty! Thank you so much for all the details on how you created this.

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  105. Love the vintage altered tin!!! Thanks for the details!

    sfread171@hotmail.com

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  106. Always love ideas for recycling. Thanks Heidi

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  107. This is just beautiful. I love the idea - so original! Thanks for the nice pictures and detailed instructions.

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  108. love all the details great job
    Hugs
    Norine

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  109. Absolutely gorgeous altered tin. Love it all the beautiful details. Thanks for sharing.

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  110. Stunning work! I love all the detail :)
    Laura

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  111. Wow! What a beautiful little box this turned out to be! Who knew? I've never ever tried anything like this, but you have really inspired me to think 'outside the box' (pun intended)! Really though, thank you for this awesome idea. I'm going to try one. And I really appreciate that you walked us through with visuals, it helps a whole lot, as does the listing of all of the copics you used.

    Thank you SO much for sharing this exquisite little box with us!

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  112. WoW! You have blown me away with that project. I have been collecting these tins, now I have a idea on how to get started. Thanks.

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  113. Love the vintage looking altered tin. I love the way you used the SB dies. Very inspiring.
    God bless!
    Peggy Allen

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  114. Altoids never looked so good! What a beauty this one is.

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  115. Stunning transformation! Altoids will forever be a thing of beauty in my eyes. LOVE what you did.
    Becky E

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  116. AMAZING -- this tin looks like something you'd gladly pay a fortune for in an antique shop! Simply STUNNING in all its exquisite detail -- TFS!!!

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  117. Fabulous! I'm going to have to buy some altoids now!

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  118. Your altered tin is beautiful! I love the way you used the little flourish around the main image. So cool! And I love the step by step pictures. I love seeing the process. Thanks so much for sharing!
    Inky hugs,
    Janet

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  119. This is just lovely....so danty and the inking is awesome! Wowza!
    smiles....

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  120. love all the details on your tin thanks for showing all the work you put into it. great job.

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  121. You make it look so easy!?

    Lorililac@hotmail.com

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  122. So gorgeous!! I love it! Thanks for showing how you did it.

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  123. Beautiful vintage looking project. Love the colors

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  124. The altered tin is SO much more interesting than the original!

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  125. Wow, the detail is amazing! You must have a lot of patience.

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  126. This is just stunning. I really appreciate all the detail you provided on how to accomplish this. Truly a work of art and love. Thank you for sharing. I have marked your blog as a favorite and will visit often. Thank you

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  127. thanks for the step by step!

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  128. What a beautiful project. Thank you for sharing how you made the decorated tin.

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  129. This is great. Thanks for your creativity and great ideas.

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  130. Very elegant. Great work. Loved the colors.

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  131. I love this project,thank you for showing step by step and all you colors.
    Linda J.W.

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  132. What a wonderful little project! Those altoid tins are awesome!

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  133. Heidi what a gorgeous tin! It is a beautiful little package! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  134. Very pretty altered tin.

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  135. Altoids never looked so good! Great details. I am so glad some people can think outside the box. I would never think to use two sided adhesive they way you did.
    Sharon L

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  136. Beautiful project! I am loving the Copic Markers and the Just Rite stamps more and more!

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  137. OMG. This is just gorgeous. Love the way you used the spellbinders dies

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  138. WOW! This is stunning! A definite for the favorite folder - have lots of these tins to recycle!

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  139. Great card with the purple flowers! Thanks for the opportunity to win so great candy!

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  140. I love the way you used the spellbinders die on your image. Very very creative.
    I have so many altoid tins, and will have to use your idea to decorate them. Thank you very much for the inspiration.

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  141. What a beautiful project. This blog hop is amazing Each of you created your hearts out that's for sure
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations with us.
    Good luck to the winner(s) This is one generous prize anyone will be lucky to win any of this. THanks for the opportunity.

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  142. What a beautiful project! Love the colors.

    Ronda C.

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  143. What a wonderful idea. I never thought about using a mint tin to alter.

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  144. Wow an awesome blog, I love the pictures of how you made this altered tin. I now know what altered is lol. I also discovered I can use an emery board for sanding LOL. need a thumbs up emotion.

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  145. Fabulous project! A great toutorial and wonderful coloring. Great job.

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  146. this is such a gorgeous project -- I love the vintage look and appreciate all the details
    Thanks so much
    Charlene

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  147. You would definitely never know how this tin started life! Thanks for the step by step instructions. I really like the embellishments around the images...really makes the project!

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  148. Wow--that's lovely. Thanks for the great tutorial

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  149. What a great project! Love the colors.

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  150. Absolutely lovely! Just when I thought that I had all of the spellbinders dies that I could possibly ever want, a project like this comes along. LOL!

    Linda

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  151. Amazing step by step. This encourages me to try new things. Great project.

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  152. This is just stunning. And thanks for all the details on how to do.

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  153. Love what you did with this Altoids tin! An amazing transformation!

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  154. Pretty tin project and a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  155. This is a fantastic tut. Thanks you this is a lovely project. Now I know what to do with my tins!
    Anary

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  156. WOW!! That is amazing!! Gorgeous!! Love the vintage look that you created on this!

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  157. You make it sound so easy. I will give it a try, it is beautiful.

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  158. Thanks for the tutorial! It's always fun to see how someone else does their projects! It turned out beautifully!

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  159. wonderful idea! i love the vintage look of the box =)

    hugs
    juli

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  160. Wonderful project - thanks for the step by step instructions!

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  161. Wow, what an incredible project. Love the vintage look of it, & the way you combined those floral accents!

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  162. Love the vintage look and all the embossed flourishes! BEAUTIFUL!

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  163. What a lovely altered tin! You attention to details is outstanding!

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  164. I love this...and is totally my style....great job...
    Deby
    yesipray at gmail dot com

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  165. What a fabulous tin! The creativity with the spellbinder die is simply brilliant! thanks for sharing

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  166. Love what you did with the candy tin!

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  167. A true work of art, great detailed on how you coloured your flowers too xx

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  168. Stunning work!! thank you so much for the tutorial!!

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  169. That is absolutely unbelievable...what a work of ART!

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  170. This is so elegant...all the details just make this little box.
    Lisa

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  171. This is just gorgeous! Thank you for sharing!

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  172. Simply gorgeous project!
    Hugs and smiles

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  173. So pretty - thanks for the detailed instructions!

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  174. What a lovely piece! I love to see how a simple every day piece can be turned into something so beautiful! TFS

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  175. This is absolutely adoreable. You never cease to amaze me!!

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  176. WOW, incredible! Thanks for all your thoughtful input into this project. I love your projects. Thanks for sharing.

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  177. Oh My Gosh!!! And AAAAhhhhh -- are all that keep coming out of my mouth, as it hangs open, jaw on the floor -- THIS IS ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!!!

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  178. Beautiful! What an inspiration on altering. Love it.

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  179. So very pretty!! I love the distressing and the wonderful die-cut accents. Thanks for sharing!!

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  180. Cool project--thanks for sharing about the foam tape.

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  181. Great idea for using those empty tins.

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  182. Wow, what a beautiful trinket box! Amazing tutorial and great inspiration, thanks!

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